This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 4219 MUCH HADHAM HIGH STREET (east side) Much Hadham village
13/2 Stable block at the Lordship 22.2.67
Stable block. Early C18, red brick, tiled and hipped roof. 2 storeys. A S facing rectangular block with lower wings on N.
4:1:4 windows. Segmental-arched central carriageway with pilasters, 1st floor fixed sash window and plain pediment. Sides with end pilasters and deep wooden modillion cornice. Chequered floor band. Ground floor 6/6 original sashes and 1st floor, fixed, 9 pane windows. Central, wood clock tower; an octagonal peristyle of fluted pilasters on weatherboarded base with modillion cornice and ogee leaded dome, surmounted by ball and wrought iron weathervane. Scrolled, wrought iron double gates to S side of archway and large, wooden, 8-panel doors to each side of passage. N wings are later C18, one and a half storeys. E side has 3, hipped, louvred dormers, and moulded bresummer to Ground floor stable entrance. W side with 4 dormers to courtyard, tile-hung on sides, and various modern windows. Road elevation has moulded wooden cornice, a louvred and a hipped roof attic.
Listing NGR: TL4284419893
© Mr John Harris. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Harris, John
Rights Holder: Harris, John
Brick, Tile, Weatherboard, Wrought Iron, Stuart Stable, Georgian Agriculture And Subsistence, Animal Shed, Farm Building, Agricultural Building, Transport, Weather Vane, Unassigned